crankygeeks 220 episode
This is episode 220 of crankygeeks. Here is the episode page description:
Run time 31:08Producer pcmagAudio/Visual sound, colorLanguage English
The New King of Tech, Pac-Man Turns 30...at a Cost, Tony Blair Becomes a VC, Flash on Froyo, and more....
What's new in Episode 220
David Hornik, Partner, August Capital
Roger Chang, Senior Producer, Revision3
Andrew Eisner, Executive Editor, CNET
Apple Takes Over
History was made Wednesday when Apple, the maker of iPods, iPhones and iPads, shot past Microsoft, the computer software giant, to become the world's most valuable technology company.
Google's Pac-Man Costs Millions
According to this site's math, nearly 5 million hours were waisted as a result of Google putting a playable PacMan game on its home page. How many hours do you think are waisted on Facebook? Or online games in general?
AOL Celebrates 25 Years
In related news, it is also the 25th anniversary of the .com domain. Is a half a century of the Internet a lifetime?
Does the world really need GoogleTV? Do we really want a Google Phone, Google Voice, Google Email, Google Search and now Google TV? I don't. But I sure would love an AppleTV that didn't suck.
Tony Blair, Venture Capitalist
Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair joins Kohsla ventures as a "senior advisor." Was Vinod envious of KP's relationship with Al Gore?
John C. Dvorak